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>> this is the "cbs morning news." more questions about the plane crash that killed 250 people in egypt. facing pressure in a fierce work place, amazon becomes the latest tech giant to offer generous benefits to employees who are new parents. and an incident on board a spirit airlines plane has people saying they are discriminated against because they are black.
good morning, from the studio 57 newsroom at "cbs news" headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne marie green. well, this morning, it is still unclear, what caused that russian jet line tore crash. "cbs news" has learned a u.s. satellite detected a heat flash over the sinai peninsula at the same time the jet broke apart in midair saturday. all 224 people were killed in the crash. the bodies of more victims were returned this morning. tina krauss is in london with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: maria, a senior official at the russian airline blames an external issue, ruleing out pilot issues. the debris e december spread out over eight square miles of the sci-fi peninsula. they say it's too soon to say what caused the crash. the airbus was en route from the
red sea resort of sharm el-sheikh to st. petersburg when contact was lost. it was in the air for just 23 minutes. experts have not ruled out a bomb. the director of u.s. intelligence says it is unlikely terrorists are to blame but he wouldn't rule it out. >> we don't have direct evidence of any terrorist involvement yet. >> most of those on board were russian, many of them children. data from that u.s. satellite is still being analyzed. again, one possibility is a on failure by a tank is also possible. they are looking at footage of a tail damaged 14 years ago. there are lots of yes, sir, very few answers. >> thank you very much, tina. president obama says he's not breaking his no boots on the
ground promise by deploying dozens of u.s. special forces if syria to advise forces fighting russian rebels t. white house announced the troop's mission would be to train, advise and assist. up to 50 troops would be involved. the president told nbc news the troops won't be fighting in syria the way they did in iraq. >> we have run special ops already. and really, this is just an extension of what we are continuing to the. we are not putting u.s. troops on the front lines fighting firefights with isil. >> last month, the first u.s. soldiers fighting isis troops died during a raid to fight isis held prisoners in iraq. the company that wants to build the keystone xl pipeline wants them to hold off on the review of the project. the oil pipeline would travel from can do to the gulf coast. they say they are negotiating
with the state of nebraska, where they are facing several legal challenges. opponents say the pipe line is an environmental hazard. supporters say it would improve america's energy security. now to presidential politics and a just released poll shows ben carson surging ahead of donald trump in the race for the gop nomination. meanwhile, efforts to have more control over the debate process seem to be following apart. good morning, don. >> good morning, marie, given all the reaction, it's hard to believe the presidential election is still a year away. on the republican side, ben carson would build a national lead. meanwhile, president obama took time to poke fun at republicans who won his job last night. >> reporter: republican front runner ben carson continues to ride the wave of support a. new nbc news, "wall street journal" poll, shows the former fewer ro surgeon holding on to his lead,
pulling ahead of rival drumpb by six points. >> i think people are looking for some truth, some honesty and integrity. >> reporter: the latest efforts come by efforts to control future debates, lose es team, several candidates, they have not tined on to a gop letter. >> they can't get propertytial m moderators. >> if you can't handle those guy, i don't think the chinese and the russians will be too worried about you. >> one candidate who continue benefiting from the last debate is marco rubio. new numbers show the florida senator in 3rd place among his mentor, jeb bush. >> i'm not frustrated about him. he's a great guy, a gifted
person. >> reporter: both candidates are expected to campaign there tomorrow. >> and still struggling in the polls, jeb bush rolled out oa new slogan saying jeb can fix it. he hopes the voters thinks he's the person that can bring change to washington. the next republican will be in the next debate. coming up on cbs this morning. we will talk about the surge and the gop efforts to have more control over the debates with face the nation moderator anything john dickerson. hillary clinton was in congress for a series of fund rayes raiser, she met with the mothers of trayvon martin, michael brown and mayor rice. all were black youth shot and killed in high profile cases. the iraqi politician who played a key role in getting the united
states to topple this morning. they say he died of an apparent heart attack at his baghdad home. back in 2003, he provided intelligence to the u.s. indicating iraq had weapons of mass destruction. >> that turned out to be false. chalabi was 71-years-old. a storm is delivering a case of winter. the cold front moving in is bringing much needed precipitation to the drought stricken region. the system dropped up to a foot of snow in part of the sierra nevada. drivers were forced to use chains around lake tahoe. heavy rain flooded streets in the bay area snarled commuters, crews cleared out clogged storm drains d. storm triggered a massive pileup south of bakersfield. about 20 cars were involved in the chain reaction. several people suffered minor injuries. police blamed poor visibility. parts of the southeast faced the
threat of more severe weather. storms slammed. strong winds damaged highway signs, flooding forced the closure of low lying streets as water streamed across the pavement. an update in the e. coli outbreak in the pacific northwest. cases of ecollie were traced to six restaurants. there are 22 confirmed case, but more people are being tested in washington state. two of the people who have been ill, who became im, rather, told investigators that they actually don't remember eating at chipotle. 43 chipotles in washington and oregon have been closed. coming up on the morning news, new benefits for dot-com dads, workers at amazon get paid to spend time with newborns. later, the $43 million gas station built with your taxpayer money. this is the "cbs morning news."
. >> singer azel can say hello to the record books. her new release in the first ever song, is the first rather song to sell a million downlose in one week. fans bought more than 1.1 million copies. the entire album comes out november 20th. on "cbs moneywatch," cbs revievs trar trek fans and amazon offers new perks for dads. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. e-commerce giant amazon investigate maternity leave. new fathers will get six weeks paid maternity leave. it's the first amazon offered
paid time off and birth mothers will got 20 weeks of paid maternity leave, including four weeks be every the baby is born and this morning, amazon is opening its first book stomplt the store, amazon books is located in aality shopping center. the dow in positive territory for the year the snp finished 24 hour points higher the nasdaq rose 73 points t. volkswagon emissions cheating scandal is growing. the u.s. government says volkswagon cheated for a second time, installing software that tricks emissions tests on its cars with larger 6 cylinder diesel engines, including some porsche audi models. volkswagon denies the charge and says it will cooperate and previously they were charged with installing the soft are ware on four engines in smaller
cars. google says it plans to deliver packages by drone in 2017. google is if talks with the faa about is theing up an air traffic control system for the drones. the faa is expected to publish rules next area t. drones that fly at lower things for commercial aircraft. and star track is boldly going where it never has been before. cbs subscription streaming service, a brand-new subscription franchise will arrive in 2017. it will be available exclusively on cbs all access. it costs $5.99 a month. one preview will air for free on the broadcast network. no cast or story details will be available. anne-marie. >> i cannot wait to see who they cast as the captain of the enterprise, good news. up next, ends of the road, a passenger caught on video
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in. question have a problem with the flight attendant. >> cell phone captures an incident inside a spirits jet before takeoff monday from los angeles, passengers say there was confusion over a double booked seat a. flight attendants called police who escorted several african-american passengers from the flight. >> it was more than us just having a conversation. why is it that six black people get kicked off the plane? >> those passengers say they were singled out by white flight attendants because of the color of their skin. no one was charged. spirit didn't address that in a brief statement provided to "cbs news" the airline says, quote, four passengers became unruly and were causing trouble with other passengers, flight crew asked them to stop. when they did not, law enforcement was called and they were removed from the flight. well, outrage over a $43 million gas station and punishment for a passenger that assaulted an uber driver. those are some of the headlines on the morning stand t. times
for london reports on new details. the vatican says pope francis approved the two arrested and a member of the a papal reform panel are accused of leaking confidential documents. a new book relying on those documents reveals vatican mismanagement and resistance to reform efforts. the newly minted house speaker paul ryan ordered the former speaker dennis hastert removed. hastert served as republican speaker from 1999 to dwoimp. he pleaded guilty to violating banking lou u laws in a scheme to pay millions in hush money to hide misconduct decades ago in a town where he was a high school wrestling coach. usa today reports a u.s. funded natural gas billing station in afghanistan described as uses will costs 86 times what it should have. a pentagon review found the u.s. paid $43 million for it.
a similar natural gas station in neighboring pakistan cost just $500,000. the los angeles times reports the uber passenger charged with assaulting a driver has lost his job. taco bell says they fired executive benjamin golden monday. he worked as a violent incident last friday t. driver says he was beaten after asking golden to get out of his car. up next, stadium protests, two men repel from the upper deck and unfurl a banner during the panthers-colts game and against the odds, the man who bet on the royals and came up with a huge win. in a
the country. in. >> moments are great, a surprising season for the new york mets came excruciating. at least they have rest to do some of the stuff they weren't able to do during the world series, like field a ground ball. >> yeah,definitely heart break for new york mets fans, but today is a day to celebration. if you were rooting for the royals. the world series winners returned to kansas city monday with the commissioner's trophy. today they'll throw one of the biggest parties in the history with a massive parade. at least 200,000 are expected to celebrate the team's first championship since 1985. and one royals fan has two.5 million reasons to celebrate. a professional gambleer going by the name of vegas dave placed
$100,000 on kansas to win the world series if april t. payout was $2.5 million bucks a. bizarre eighth week of action. indianapolis and carolina meeting on a rain soaked field in charlotte. trailing by 17 points in the fourth quarter. they tied the game thanks to two andrew luck passes and a last second field goal. the colts even take the lead in overtime. after the panthers tie the score, luck throws his third interception of the game, setting up the winning field goal. carolina improves to 7 and o with a 29-26 win. take a look at this during the game, two protesters repelled down from the balcony, unfurled a sign to call on power company bank of america to cut ties with dominion. football hall of famer, jerry rice, i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
. in. if you have eaten in a restaurant lately, it might have been a bit of a challenge to carry on a conversation amid the noise and music. now some places are using new designs to bring down the volume. >> reporter: at many restaurants tooes day, entrees are dishd out with a side of decibals. open kitchens if close quarters create a live atmosphere. it can be hard to have a conversation. earlier, "cbs news" found some restaurants can reach decibels of city traffic or a jack hammer. zach montgomery is dialing down the noise in new york. >> we want our restaurant to be live and inner gettic. at the same time you and i can
sit here and have a conversation. >> reporter: they built this restaurant with sound in mind. >> it's not only the loud inside that's the problems, it's the echos and reverb racing, that's where you get to the point where you can't hear yourself think. >> they put stretched vinyl in the creeling to absorb sound. a glass wall allows the kitchen to be seen and not heard remember carpet on the floors and pading on the wall, also keep conversations quiet. >> so this padding is behind all that fabric? >> that's right. you can push on it. it's soft. it absorbs the sound. >> reporter: he says many restaurants are making similar changes to adjust the acoustics. some even put padding under tables to suck in sound. >> the clients are more cognizant of it. >> ocean prime still uses music to give their restaurant a lively feel. but the design allows customers to dine without the dim. jill wag fer, cbs news, new york. >> i like it. coming up. after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at how
including calorie counts on restaurant chain menus are lead to healthier "options action." plus a trend in wedding vow, now friends, not religious leaders are helping couples say "i do." >> today their lives, which began on separate paths, will be joined as one. >> reporter: what do you think it is you can bring to this wedding that props a religious figure can't? >> i think i can connect the dots between patrick and megan and how they evolved this relationship. >> you started this journey years ago, just two miles from here. >> which i think makes for a more personal ceremony. >> football hall of famer jerry rice joins us in studio 57. that's all ahead on "cbs this morning". finally this morning, foo fighters are kicking off their european tour today in a small italian city that pulled off a pretty big feat. [ music playing [ music playing ]
>> back in july, a thousand musicians gathered to perform the band's hit strong "learning no fly." they wanted to show the foo fighters just how much they are loved in that part of the world and to get the band to play there, it worked. the stunt caught the eye of front man who call the video one of the beautiful experiences of his life t.foo fighters take the stage in cessi na tonight. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. zblrnlgs
this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, it is election day today. what you need to know about today's election. >> also, friends, family, hold vigil for the 16 year old shot and killed while riding his bike this weekend. what the victim's loved ones had to say. plus, the toxicology results are in for the mysterious death of three year old new jersey boy. these results are leaving more questions than answers. good morning, it is tuesday, november 3rd, i'm erika von tiehl. quick check on for the cast and the roads and i can't believe we're still talking 70s these days, guys. good morning. >> good morning, happy tuesday you guys. roadways looking real good, nice and dry, thank you for. that will yes, what about the 70s? >> we got them